ServiceLink: Disability-Specific Resources

Resources to assist disabled adults in finding support for their needs.

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For personalized interactions that narrow down resources to your specific needs, call ServiceLink at 1-866-634-9412.

Alzheimer's Association in NH

The Alzheimer's Association's 24-hour Helpline is available to ask questions, obtain referrals to local resources, or talk to someone who understands Alzheimer's Disease or other forms of dementia. 

Services includes: Care Consultations for individualized meetings for families seeking in-depth education and help planning for the future. Medic Alert+Safe Return provides security for those who may wander. Educational programs, publications and more are available throughout NH. Police, First Responder and municipal trainings.


Brain Injury Association of NH

The Brain Injury Association of New Hampshire (BIANH) is a non-profit supporting individuals living with a brain injury, their families, and professionals. Services provided include: case management (including all Community Care Waivers/CFI/ABD/DD/ID/IHS), information and resources, school services, support groups, training for professionals, providers, and the general public. Support is provided to: individuals, caregivers, families and professionals.



Granite State Independent Living

Granite State Independent Living (GSIL) is a statewide nonprofit empowering people with disabilities to live their best lives. Offers consumer directed programs and services including workforce training, education, transportation, attendant care and information and referral



Future In Sight

Future In Sight is a nonprofit organization that provides services to blind, visually impaired, and their families. Services includes: counseling, group therapy, occupational therapy, low vision therapy, vision rehabilitation therapy, orientation and mobility training, education services, and technology training.



National Alliance on Mental Illness NH

NAMI New Hampshire is a grassroots organization working to improve the lives of all people affected by mental illness and suicide through support, education and advocacy.



NH Council on Developmental Disabilities (NHCDD)

The Council assesses the needs and challenges facing NH citizens with developmental disabilities. Based on this, the Council develops projects to improve quality of life and expand opportunities. The Council builds coalitions to make improvements and pushes to give citizens with developmental disabilities a strong voice and role in creating policies that affect them.



Wheelchair Health in Motion (WHIM)

Part of Sunset Hill Educational Institute, WHIM is a peer-driven program that provides the tools for increasing quality of life and promoting wellness in wheelchair-using individuals living with a physical disability through innovative chair exercise and peer support within their own community. WHIM is focused on helping individuals who use a wheelchair for mobility gain access to health promoting activities and information that will encourage opportunities to enhance quality of life through improved mental and physical health status. Quality of life has a different definition for each person, however, reoccurring themes are: independence, power to cope, enjoying life activities, good health, good social support and feelings of accomplishment. This program focuses on helping each individual reach their optimal goals regarding their quality of life.